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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 April 1911

MMMfl H TI73 3VENING STANDARD: OPgN, FTAH. SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1911. "5 H -I ,KRBlSBeBBBHE999BB9B95SSBNBSBSARJSflHXVflSnBnGBBBJC2Qr7! I THE M. M. WYICES CO. I FOR the dainty new ideas in WAISTS; Hand -1 I I Embroidered Voiles, fine Bhur Fiaxons and 1 I I Ail-Over Embroideries. ... ; I DRESSES in SILK, CHALLIS and SERGES. j ; 1 The newest models in TAILORED SUITS and g ; I Separate Skirts. I f I Fascinating: Ideas in CHILDREN'S HEAD- I I . WEAR. I ; I , 2335 Washington Avenue. B H STANDARD TELEPHONES ,i CALL UP II'T' STANDARD EXCHANGE. IB Bell 56, to Communicate with any fcfl department. !i RANDOM ; I REFERENCES Mrs. A. E. Hartnuin, of Ely, Nevada, ' arrived yesterday for a visit with Og l den friends. Call Allen, phones 2Z. for carriage for funoralB and operafl. Private nalla a specialty. Also prompt delivery of baggage. 412 25th. - Bert Curtis, of Pocatello, was a business visitor lu the city yesterday. WANTED Cloaa white rags at the : Standard. Glen L. Johnson, of Grand Junction, w...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 April 1911

H e THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1811. JjJ I New I Easter I Waists I April Sale I Prices H Special purchase Nof silk H waists priced uch H under value for quick H clean up M $10 Waists $3.95 Silk H waists in all sizes good H styles from good mak- H ers messalines and taf- H feta in this lot worth up to $10 $3.95 $6.50 Waists $2.95 This H tempting price is made H only to effect a quick H clearance they are H pretty styles in messa H line and taffeta worth to H $6.50 $2.95' H April Sale H Loraine Tissues H Loraine Tissue Is a very prett ma- H lorial for summer dresses it Is of H checked aud striped materials cord- H ed the cord forming the "fl drf H piittorn 2Gc new spring goods Icri H April Sale M Dresser Scarfs M Art Dept. This scarf is made of union M Hnen (part linen) it will wash just M like puro linen has a hemstitched H hem and a border of s M drawn work. 35c scarfs . .JL H April Sale H Pillow Covers H Art Dept. Burlap pillow covers ready B for use 22x2...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 April 1911

lh m Ml THE EVENING STANDAED: OGDEN, UTAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1911. " 7 LfU !5i - . . aaaaaaaV si SfLs - -Opdtered I I 1 TIME Now. I I 'Cil PLACE Plake's if 1V GOODS Fabrics 1 1 ;JrW of a11 kinds If W II Tailoring GO. j! W W 336 Tweniy-fifth Ii , &? W Bell Phone 195. & I 8? zzzzz " If A BRAND 1 1 NEW WRINKLE If Scottissoe jl Towels fi 750 Towels, Includinp 'ft I Metal Holder, for $2.50. !; B; : b Yes Paper Towels i "and about the nicest thing you & ever used. 1 1 Acts Like a Blotter j A For Wash Room, I 1 Cleaning' Cut Glass, I f Brassvork and J8I Automobiles. Better 15p than "waste" for Sj cleaning machinery. I A Soft, Clean, S j ; Sanitary Towel ; I for everybody at every wash. S T we sell IT. I badgqn pharmacy, 0 2421 Washington. 3 'I Bell 228-Y. Ind. 422. IB j. M mmMMmMmSilMPJUlmM s . II RANDOM 1; I REFERENCES Jj ; (Continued from Paco Flvo ) 'BJi ; The belief that Jesus Christ did not 5f?l die the usual death of the cross, nor Sjfr ' as a result primarily of the cru...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 April 1911

M -' THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1911. " - i 1 IAT'THE CLOSE OF THIS DEMONSTRATION WE INVITE ANY PROSPECTIVE PURCHASER TO TAKE A RIDE, OVER ANY ROAD, AND LEARN THAT CADILLAC TALKING POINTS ARE ACTUALITIES 1 I PRODUCED NO RESULT SO GRATIFYING AS THE SPONTANEOUS ENDORSEMENT BY CADILLAC OWN- I ERS, DOZENS OF WHOM BROUGHT IN THEIR FRIEND S AND TALKED CADILLAC MORE ELOQUENTLY THAN 1 I For Everybody Knows j I THAT THE SELLER, NO MATTER HOW RELIABLE, CANNOT SPEAK WITH THE CONVINCING FORCE OF 1 1 Now Then m I HAVE SEEN THE INSIDE OF A CADILLAC. I H I W flUll HAVE THE PRIVILEGE OF RIDING IN A CADILLAC. 1 I H ft J& VTUi HAVE A CADILLAC ARGUMENT IN EVERY CADILLAC OWNER. I I ALL YOU NEED, THEN, IS A CADILLAC I I HOMESEEKERS 10 I LOCATEJW UTAH H SALT LAKE CITY. March 31. H Turped away from the fruit bearir.fr H lands of" southern California by for- H bidding prices aftor being brought to M the West by promises of golden oppor- H tunltltles, thousands of homcseekorB ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 April 1911

I Part Tw,,i THE, EVENING' STAMDARD Pa8es 9 te ie I Kill FCRTY-FIRST YEAR NO; - 78 , OGDEN CITY. UTAH, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL JU rTTST?. f dc""-,t I I "YOU'VE GOT 0 5HOW TME" I rif Ipll.' Origin and Originator of Missouri's Mc- ytr gpjfi name, Which Inspired Governor Hadley to Of fen W mj500 for a Substitute Bat, Alas! He Couldn't g $L ShoWhp. igp lJ(Lf! (CoprrlrM. 1911. bx tho New Tork Hcrold Co. All'rietiis rwerred 1 S ' F ILLAID JWANDIVIjSr. formerly a Repre- ftH 'mm tentative in Congress, is author of the famous S WW phrase "I'm from Missouri; you've' j?6t to 0J: show me." But it wis not until after this J t expression had given to Missouri n new nickname E the "Show Me" Stale that Its authorship was traced Rjj to Mr. Vawl Ivor. 'IS Curiosity as to how this phrase originated was ( r, aroused by Governor Herbert S. Iladley offering a H ; prize of $u00 to any one who could invent or suggest H a belter nickname for Missouri than "Show Me." tflai ' Governor Ilndley Is a native "Jav...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 April 1911

I lr E AtTTbTe SfF'ORfTHEHQME ,G;i:.R;i I HI F R I N G 3UMM;EK I PcT) 9 1 ' 5 T R E-'E-'T'--- and sf Srcebes (Sura, IN a Rpring outfit there aro two cos tumes tb.it arc absolutely necessary each year. Qnc of these is a clotb coat and sklrt, tbo second an aftr Hl noon gown of silk, pongop or voilo, that will do service for weddings, luncheon?, 1 &&, now, and will .servo for a hon.se gown H all the following winter, for It !i never H worth whilo (n attempt to keep the gowns H of a growing girl from ono year to an- M There is a perfect riot oE color in the M dresses of young people this spring. The M school suit is, of conrbc, a dark shade M of blue, or tan or gr.-iy. but all other H costumes arc delightfully youthful in H Ihelr brilliant tones of cerise or In their H toft, cool ahades of blue, tan, apple H jreen, coral or champagne. For travel H ling or for tho last warm days at school H n severe shirt waist frock of dark blue 1 foulard or rajah will provo useful, but all H ' ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 April 1911

m l BBI j M B R6 1 ' THE OGDEN STANDARD ' ' -:- I , -j in - rrn i IH m IS A" -5 1 B X L L CHAMFION 5' vh . t& "-1 H4 A K I- N G I K-V HL. HOW the Shrewd Manager, Like McGrauj, Chance or S'if ftP Mack, Sites Up His Material and Fits Together the 3 JF. rep Cogsl f His Machine So That It Runs Smoothly. iflRI (Oopjrirtt 1011. bT rtie New Torfc nrald Co. All riehla rfrrM.) 11 H IKE a child -who builds a house out of blocks, 1 5f U slowly and carefully, fitting each piece exactly I ' 1 into another, is the big league manager, con- I ' L structlng a pennant winning baseball club. And 1 ; : still like the child with his blocks, it the key- I ' stone topples and falls, down comes the whole I I structure. I '. An exact style of architecture is necessary to aiy I ball club that Is to w In In the big leagues', and tlicn for I M le rcst evcrj ,nn"ager has bis own Ideas about the I S trimmings and filigree. A club must have balance I first of all. It cannot sag here and bag there like a I ?l ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 April 1911

H . . LJ I Clothes That H Compliment You IF a coat collar is low behind, you can pull It up a huudred times a day. but It wlU still al- bbbb ways be down If your vast Is H (oo short It will always be up, re- H gardleas o how you try to keep It down. These "ups" and "downs" H have no place In clothes which aro H made to fit Just you. Roady-Mado H clothes are full of blunders that bnth- H er. Wear one of our tailored suits. H They compliment, you. Have your H measure taken here, clothes mado H In accordance with that measure. H Then you will experience real com- H 10rt real wear. $20.00 to $50.00. M. H. VAN DYKE. H 2477 Hudson Ave. H New Peery Bldg. I After All I HESS I BLUE I RIBBON I BREAD HI is always AHEAD in H QUALITY and H QUANTITY. B Sold by moht of Otrdcn's Best H grogcrs. Some grocers prefer to H sell other kinds of bread be- m cause the' make a larger 1 profit. m Look for the Red, White and H Pluc Label. I North TNfi? German Lloyd "K Hj & Enjoy that H m long-thought-of t...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 April 1911

5 i r . : . - . 1 If .'..' THE OGDEN STANDARD- - d: I I mJiM KJft fl . . "! m v ----- I IH 1; Wo'MENT" PURSUIT : OF THE MAGICAL " D" I I'jt V Wi" " " '."" ' -- ii-i t i ' - - ''.rflm I; " I 4$$ C tfospte of the Woman s ( I ' I College of Pennsylvania Is the Evidence of I J I Her Three Decades of Progress in the Medical World H-' " " - ijj ; ', Girl Sjtiidcnts-at Work id Dissecting Room i (Oopxrftrht. 1011. br the New York H;reld Co. All riebu rccrT(si,1 IB T Is hardly thirty years slnco the entire country wa? trying to answer the question of whether or not 1 women should ho excluded from a certain medical society In Npy England. Several physicians n6S0d nted with the oj-ganlzallon made some rather "Un pleasant remarks about the lack of education of worn en of that day, of their unsultablllty to practise the profession which until thon had been cornered by men, and anyway, they added, It was unseemly for women to be wanting to learn things that would do them no I ' good and would uns...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 April 1911

HH 1 H jgSiJ By HELEN FALCO' ( fv 4gj, ;j I EMPIRE Oil JUJbo H In Vogue for All This Sea- 1 son's Weddings May H tie Worn for Other H Occasions THE JEaBter wedding of this year of grace is to be first of all a plcturesquo affair. Tho girl who M marries a tltlo and tho girl who B marries for love will both havo brldca H maids that will look as If they had H 4ust stepped out of the frame of one I H of David's or Homney's or Nattler's H pictures thoso masters who knew so H well how to limn tho beauty of youth H and soft hair and svelte flguros and H short-walsted fashions! H Empire styles will be much In vogue H lor all klndb of frocks, and even wraps, H the coming summor, so that the bride H who chooaes this graceful period for H the gowns of her attendant nymphs Hl will not only be surrounding herself Hj with a picturesque frame, but will be H conferring a favor upon the girls who H attend her. Too often the girl of slender means is obliged to decline- the H Joyous, and important rol...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 April 1911

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES W KNIGHTS OF' PYTHIAS, - , ;i Ogden Lodge No. 2, Knights of !! Pythias meets at Castlo hall, Utah i National Bank building, every Monday 5 evening. AH K. of P.'s requested to i - meet with us. A- J. THON, C. C. i ' W. G. KIND. M. of B., i W. L. UNDERWOOD. i ' t K. of R. & S. ODD FELi.?WS. ! J Ogden Lodge No. 5, Independent Ors ' I der of Odd Fellows, meets In I. O. O. ; r F. HalL every Tuesday evening. Via- Ring brothers cordially Invited to be present. i ' 8. H. FRET, Noble Grand. ; HENRY KISSEL, Secrotary. S Qosea City Rebeknh Lodso, No. 4. R " B8 8ecnncl and fourth w Friday evening at Odd Follows' Hall. 9 VUItiug members Invited. NELLIE CHIVBRALt, N. O. K EMMA MEID, Rec. Sec'y,, V 718 23rd. 1 ORDER CtT- OWlS. J Ofdes Neat, No. 1213, Order of Owlo. if cnet every Thursday evening la f Eagles' Hall , east of Rood hotel, at 3 o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are f Invited to attend tho Nest meeting. ; JAS. E. JENSEN, President, gj ; J. OUVER. Socretary. g; No, 2...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 1 April 1911

: ik I -"f-WHAT THE- BEST DRESSED WOMEN AM, GOING TO WEAfij . if H 7 v i - - z " 11 I FA K I S F A 5 H I O N 5 j B fflATEST Spring Models for Afternoon and Evening Oowns I H '' - BI g tin and whjte Lace Gownw J , iPSIBk M fffi.- WmM'2 H Photo Copyright, lflll, by Rcutllnttr. tWS'l' Wp&&lrf $$& J v$5 ffl&P M Dsclofdve Copyright, 1011, tfcw Yorkf Herald Co. 5f&' 5 yf& y b?JS, BEgvM BY MRS. A. T. ASHMORE. $ , . wMTa jffim.ffli $&?& 5IXII n variety of colma material and sijles- ns are- exhibited tins.' se.isoiriimkos 11 o solution of till; summer tioie.iii . uiorc'irduousl h task tliun ovei. for itli Kiich a H qu.witilv of bewildering utlrac- H tions it fs most dillfcult not to be led into H Fcnsele"j3 expeiMliiuie While unques- H tionnhlv the fashions of the moment are H designed for slemlui, jonthful figures. il H is really inari'lloiis how cleverlj they B lm c been moiltncd .tnl made possible for H almost eveij woman, while, ah 1ms nl- H ready been -;i...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 April 1911

I LET YOUR WANTS BE 4 Rfr A jf 4j A44 j ( d 'C "i Vflf' ilfV'B WEATHER F.OR EC AST' , H Fortyflrat Yeafw.No. 79. Price Five Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 3t 19 U Entered ae Second Class Matter at the Postofflce, Ogden, Utah. ', " I ALONG THE I mem. I " I - Animal and Plant Life IN to be Studied by Experts Washington, April, 3, Encouraging J reports are being received by tho I 3 Smithsonian Institution from the vnri- ; ou8 naturalists who are taking part i In the biological survey of the Pana- ma -canal zone which was orgnnlzed if by the Institution last winter. All 5 the principal branches of natural his- tory are represented In the party, J which comprises seven experienced ,t field naturalists, nearly all of them from the various scientific bureaus J of the government. I Naturalists throughout the world 3 are greatly Interested in this hiologi- cal survey, because, when the canal J Is opened, sweeping changes probably I will take place In the distribution of I the...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 April 1911

Ms-' t 'KB H THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN; UTAH, MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1911. J& I MEXICANS ATTACK THE -r. I VICTORIOUS (NSURRECTOS B CHIHUAHUA, Me5t, April 2. Thlr- Hl ty-four roberfs were killed and scores H woupded in a clash between a do H tachment of 350 federals and 160 in. B surrectos at Aldama Friday night. H The Insurrectos are said to have H beon shot down in a running fight fol- H lowing a surprise attack by the fed H erala. Dlar soldiers said they lost H only four men killed, two of whom H were lieutenants who led the chase. H The rout followed on orgy which H the Insurrectos started after they had H marched Into Aldama without resist- H ance on Friday morning. Not antlci- H patlng an attack, the officers Issued H Invitations to a dance and then began M killing twenty head of cattle, announo- H Ing they were preparing the beef for H the supper of a thousand rebels en- H camped south of Chihuahua. H At the dance both the rebel hosts H and their guests drank heavily and H lat...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 April 1911

J! f ,,--------------------sbbbb------- - BBHHIBHBBHIIHBBHBIHIIBH i M 1 ' j&? THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEtt, TTTAH, MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1911. 3 M "iwH i . . II FRATERNAL SOCIETIES KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. i Ogden Lodge No, 2, Knights ot Pythias meets at Castle hall, Utah National Bank building, every Monday evening. All K. of P.'s requested to meet with as. A- J THON. C. C. W. G. KIND. M. of EL, W. L. UNDERWOOD. K. of R. & 8 ODD FELW8. Ogden Lodge No. 5, Independent On der of Odd Fellows, meets In I. O. O. F. Hall, every Tuesday evening. Vis iting brothers cordially Invited to bs present B. H. FREY, Noble Grand. HENRY KISSEL, Secretary. Qusen City Rebekah Lodge. No. 4. I. O. O. F meets second and fourth Friday evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall Visiting members Invited. NELLIE CHTVERALL, N. G. EMMA MEID, Rec Sec'y.. 718 8rd. ORDER Crf OWLS. 0rdcn Nest, No. 1218, Order of Owls, meets every Thursday evening in Eagles' Hull . east of Reed hotel, at 8 o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are Invite...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 April 1911

H a THE EVENING STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1911. H An Independent Newspaper irufe r (ESTABLISHED 1870..) QTliajgC--'" H OGDEN AS A SUBURB. A M The ludependent Telephone company mails its monthly statc- M ments to Ogden subscribers from the Salt Lake office. The local H manager explains that this is made necessary by tho company's M system of bookkeeping and that the clerical labor involved is" lim- M ited to a small boy who operates the mimeograph. Tho stamps arc H purchased in Salt Lake and credited to the Salt Lake postoffice. M These littlo filings seem trivial, but in the aggregate they menu fl the difference botweon a dull and a prosperous flity. Ogdcu should H not be considered a suburb of Salt Lake, and fill business originating M in.pgdcn should be treated as" Ogden business puro and simple, even H to' the extent of upsetting a very nice system of bookkeeping. It H may cost something, but to be thoroughly identified "with tho up j building of Ogden to be aggress...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 April 1911

5 "-- THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN UTAH. MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1911, " " & B SI i : 1 It I STANDARD TELEPHONES !A I CALL UP ' ' STANDARD EXCHANGE. l . Ball 66, to Communicate with any ,P I department. ! RANDOM"' I 1 REFERENCES lj J From Streator, III. Ov Anderson, a Si J muslcan of Streator, III., is In Ogdon 4 j vlaltlng friends. He is expoctlnp to "Sj I make his homo either in this city or 91 S in Salt Lake. 31 I j Call Allen, phones 2r. for carriages jnj f IVr funerals and operas. Private alU A I s apcolalty. Also prompt delivery o( toKSE 412 25th. 0 Fees of County Officers. Foes have Wwl .been collected for the county during II the month of March hy the various offlcerB as follows; Clerk, $G30; re- I corder, $333.20; sheriff, $71; treasur- I er, $12.50. Total, $1,040.70. ; WANTED Clean whtto rags at the Standard. -. J Marriage License. A marriage li cense was issued late Saturday after- : i noon to Oka C. Stealcy and Ethel K. . ! Parker, of Denver, Colo. ; Advertisers must have th...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 April 1911

H H q THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1911. H II " CHILDREN'S HATS H I x'SSv There is ,a Great .diversity of H TffSSy!pte Btylea in Children's Slimmer Hats, H II Kp, - ami we have them all. Hj ' 11 $&& A11 sort8 of straws and a11 30rt3 H II .Kflp. Shapes. H II &i Am tWJX Wc haTC ,akcn the greatest of HI II ruiTO lw' care In makI,,5 "r solcctlons and H II BVv SiT'Aa. wc believe wo are offering our H II vM W T I fe tradc t,ie bcst ch,ldlcn's straw H - 'kyk jjaj &?y Hats niadc- H $1 mMy Dress Hate, Play Hats, 1 ylpJs Schopl Hats, etc. H 44 25c, 50c to ?1.50 or $2 H II i'W ILi Tm There are altogether too many H II M 0JL VA vAfJt styles of Hats, kinds of braids and H II BJli3 feSfcl?' trimmings to attempt a descrip- Hl mJ&wJIzZx We're always pleased to show! I FRED M. NYE CO. M 2413 Washington Avenue H II Z I ABELS AND TOLLER. ' J ABSTRACT, LOANS AND INSURANCE. 1 420 Twenty-fourth St. I Who says there is a scarcit' of mono'? I See us and we ivill a...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 April 1911

$ . THE EVENING STANDARD: OGDEN,, UTAH. MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1911. t, - 7 , g . . - . - - r '; ? .- y H y, fc I THE M. M. W YKES CO. I I I FOR the dainty new ideas in WAISTS, Hand I 1 J Embroidered Voiles, line Shur Flaxons and I J I Ail-Over Embroideries. 1 J DRESSES in SILK, CHALLIS and SERGES. I I I The newest models in TAILORED SUITS and I H I Separate Skirts. I I I Fascinating Ideas in CHILDREN'S HEAD- I I , , WEAR. I J- I r a 2335 Washington Avenue. I J KABO II MATERNITY SUPPORTERS ma Are adjustable to all stages of preg- Iji nancy and mako a most excellent Kt bandage for the period following con- M rinement. i- MMlTYlpptoi ; ft, yMM ,$ ' Style No. 10. ' f THIS SPLENDID SUPPORTER, $3,00 Style No 11 w Same supporter with plaits Instead fh oMacIng, $2.00 Add 15 cents If to "-yt sent by mall Sizes 32 o -IS. jM Measurements taken around the ad- IJvl domen. l BADCOH PiUBffifiSV - 3J 2241 Washington Ave. 3 ' Og-den Agents. RANDOM I , REFERENCES J5 - .,(Cotinued from .Pase Kiv SKf Confer...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 3 April 1911

kkkkkV ' B kkkkl ' H --- ,---- V --v- THE EVENINa STANDAED: OGDEW, WFKB, MONDAY, 'APEIL 3, 1911. . - - kkkkl 5 - ii i Km H Clothes That H Compliment You IF a coat collar Is low behind, 3 on can pull It up a hundred times a day, but It will still 1- i ways be down If our vest is Hf too '.short it will always be up, re- H gardlcBS of how' jou try to keep It H down. These "ups" and "downs" H have no place in clothes which aro H mado to fit just you Ready-Made H clothes are full of blundors that both- or. Wear one of our tailored suits. B They compliment you. Have your H measure taken here, clothes made Hl in accordance with that measure. Hl Thon you will experience real com fort real wear $20.00 to $50.00. M. H. VAN DYKE. M 2477 Hudson Ave. H New Peery Bldg. H After All I HESS I BLUE I RIBBON I BREAD H is always' AHEAD in H QUALITY and QUANTITY. ? H' H' SoIH by most of-Ogden's best H grocers. Some grocers prefer to Hj1 sell other kinds of bread be- Hj cause they make a larger H, profit...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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